A federal circuit court reversed a judge's decision to dismiss a juror who sought divine guidance from the Holy Spirit during deliberations and told fellow jurors he was told by the higher power that the defendant was innocent.
The Colonial Pipeline may be back up and running by the end of the week, the pipeline's operator said Monday, while Biden administration officials said they are preparing for "multiple possible contingencies" to deal with any major ...
The White House said Monday it does not believe generous unemployment insurance is keeping people out of the workforce and that factors such as a lack of child care, a desire for better wages and lingering fears of the virus are bigger factors.
The Biden administration on Monday announced the distribution of $350 billion in emergency coronavirus aid to states and cities, bailing out budget coffers and weighting the money to states with higher levels of unemployed workers.
Three senior journalists working for a news agency in Myanmar who fled after the military government ordered its operations to stop have been arrested by police in northern Thailand, their editor said Monday.